1st Source Bank celebrates grand opening of new Warsaw Banking Center
1st Source Bank celebrated the grand opening Thursday of its new full-service banking center located in downtown Warsaw at 325 S. Lake Street.
Participating in the ribbon cutting were Warsaw Mayor Joe Thallemer, Kosciusko Chamber President/CEO Rob Parker, Baker Youth Club Executive Director Tracey Furnivall, as well as 1st Source attendees, including President Jim Seitz, Regional President Bill Burton, Warsaw City President Doug Baumgardner, Trust Officer John Elliott and Banking Center Manager Kristina Alvarado. Following the ribbon cutting, 1st Source Bank presented Furnivall a $500 donation for the Baker Youth Club.
“We are excited to strengthen 1st Source’s presence in downtown Warsaw and offer greater conveniences to our clients,” said Doug Baumgardner, 1st Source Warsaw City President. “From side-by-side banking to the coffee station and community conference room, this new office is going to provide a whole new banking experience to Warsaw.”
The new banking center features 1st Source’s innovative side-by-side banking experience in which bankers are beside clients instead of behind a teller line, sharing their work space, computer screen and up-to-the-minute financial data. The new office also features many conveniences, including a 24-hour ATM, drive-thru, coffee station, children’s area and a customer convenience center with a computer and iPad and fax machine. The second floor of the building houses the bank’s Wealth Advisory Services offices and the lower level includes a conference room that is available for use by community organizations.
Photographed left to right: Kosciusko Chamber President/CEO Rob Parker, Mayor Joe Thallemer, 1st Source President Jim Seitz, 1st Source Regional President Bill Burton, 1st Source Warsaw City President Doug Baumgardner, Banking Center Manager Kristina Alvarado, 1st Source Trust Officer John Elliott and Baker Youth Club Executive Director Tracey Furnivall.